Zeringue, President & Chief Operating Officer, has
more than 25 years in the nuclear industry . . . directed start-up and
licensing of TVAs Watts Bar Nuclear Plant and recovery and restart
of Browns Ferry Nuclear Plant . . . directed start-up, maintenance and
operation of Arizona Public Service Co.s Palo Verde Unit 3 . .
. became TVAs Senior VP of Nuclear Operations in 1993 . . . was
named TVAs Chief Nuclear Officer and Executive VP of TVA Nuclear
in 1997 . . . appointed in 1998 to current position, overseeing TVAs
power production, transmission, marketing, economic development and
resource management programs . . . nuclear-engineering degree from North
Carolina State University . . . graduated from Advanced Management Program
at Harvard Business School.
Zigrossi, Chief Administrative Officer & Executive Vice President,
Business Services, joined
TVA in 1986 . . . served as TVAs first Inspector General until
1992 . . . was President of TVAs Resource Group from 1992 to 1994
. . . was named Chief Administrative Officer in 1994 and Executive VP
of Business Services in 1996 . . . before joining TVA, held a number
of management and executive positions with the FBI, including the position
of Special Agent in charge of Washington, D.C., field office . . . attended
Loyola School of Law in New Orleans . . . B.A. from Ohio Wesleyan University
and M.S. from the University of Maryland.
N. Smith, Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President, Financial
to TVA as its Chief Financial Officer in 1995 . . . was named Executive
VP of Financial Services in 1996 . . . has led refinancing of $23 billion
of debt with a variety of U.S., global and retail bond offerings since
1995 . . . previously co-founded and served as Executive Director of
Odyssey Financial, a corporate consulting firm . . . played key role
in the reorganization of LTV Corp., enabling it to successfully emerge
from one of the largest, most complex bankruptcies in U.S. history .
. . was VP of Corporate Development for 10 years at Cyclops Corp. .
. . CPA certification in 1969 . . . graduate of Northwestern University
. . . M.B.A. in finance from Northwesterns Kellogg School of Business.
Boston, Executive Vice President, Transmission/Power Supply,
more than 27 years
of experience with TVA . . . served as Manager of Pricing in Customer
Service & Marketing . . . named to current position in 1999 . . . responsible
for planning, building, operating and maintaining one of the nations
largest transmission and power supply networks, with some 17,000 miles
of transmission lines and 675 substations, as well as for providing
transmission and related services . . . previous positions with TVA
include Division Manager of Electric System Division, District Manager
of Regional Operations and Chief of Transmission Construction . . .
registered professional engineers license in Tennessee . . . B.S.
in engineering from Tennessee Tech and M.S. in engineering administration
from the University of Tennessee.
R. Bynum, Executive Vice President, Fossil Power Group,
worked in TVA engineering
and plant operations positions from 1972 to 1982 . . . Plant Manager
of Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station for Arizona Public Service
from 1982 to 1987 . . . named to senior position in TVAs Nuclear
Power Operations in 1987 . . . appointed VP of Nuclear Operations in
1989 . . . served as VP of several TVA Fossil and Hydro organizations
from 1993 to 1998, including Maintenance & Testing Services, Fuel Supply
& Engineering and Fossil Operations . . . named to current position
in 1998 . . . B.S. in electrical engineering and M.S. in nuclear engineering
from Georgia Tech.
S. Christenbury, Senior Vice President & General Counsel,
has served as TVAs
General Counsel since 1987 . . . advises the Board on legal matters
and serves as Secretary to the Corporation . . . oversees and coordinates
all legal work for TVA . . . worked at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission
for seven years before joining TVA . . . while there, served as an Assistant
General Counsel and supervised NRC attorneys representing the agency
staff in nuclear-licensing proceedings . . . was a trial attorney and
supervisor at the U.S. Department of Justice for 11 years . . . licensed
to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States . . . B.S.
in business administration and law degree from the University of Tennessee.